Covers Danish history and culture with a look at the summer music festivals and a 1000 year old Viking fortress. An extended cycling section shows how to get around in this bike-friendly country and a all-new, user-griendly Copenhagen map section.
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful.
Great for budget travelers
By A Customer
Having traveled through SEA,Japan,Korea, and Latin America, and now Denmark with lp books, I am a loyal fan. The books do a great job of providing key information without being too chatty, pointing out cheap accomodations, and giving me all the info I need to figure out my own way around a country. The book on Denmark seemed fairly up to date and accurate. I primarily use the book as a starting point from which to get an idea of where I wanted to go, and it was great for that purpose. For anyone who wants to travel low-impact and low-budget in Scandinavia, I highly recommend lp Denmark.
10 of 13 people found the following review helpful.
Biking in Denmark
By A Customer
We took our bikes to Denmark with us and rode around the country. We found this book very helpful. The hours and directions, and descriptions were quite accurate. Most things were rather expensive. The book give good background on historical places and interesting tidbits to checkout. I think that it is an essential book to bring with if you are traveling there. If you do plan to go biking - good luck finding good biking maps - we never found any!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Lonely Planet is always a winner for me
I've used about 30 of these country guides and they will always be my first choice. This gave me very useable and current information for my trip. I like the information about the museums and Tivoli Gardens as well as transportation options. I never would have gone to the Louisiana Museum without it. Written in a pleasant style.